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The beautiful quartic Diophantine equation $A^4+hB^4=C^4+hD^4$, where $h$ is a fixed arbitrary positive integer, has been studied by some mathematicians for many years. Although Choudhry, Gerardin and Piezas presented solutions of this equation for many values of $h$, the solutions were not known for arbitrary positive integer values of $h$. In a separate paper (see the arxiv), the authors completely solved the equation for arbitrary values of $h$, and worked out many examples for different...
Topics: Number Theory, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1701.02687
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The Diophantine equation $A^4+hB^4=C^4+hD^4$, where $h$ is a fixed arbitrary positive integer, has been investigated by some authors. Currently, by computer search, the integer solutions of this equation are known for all positive integer values of $h \le 5000$ and $A, B, C, D \le 100000$, except for some numbers, while a solution of this Diophantine equation is not known for arbitrary positive integer values of $h$. Gerardin and Piezas found solutions of this equation when $h$ is given by...
Topics: Number Theory, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1701.02602
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In this paper, by using the elliptic curves theory, we study the fourth power Diophantine equation ${ \sum_{i=1}^n a_ix_{i} ^4= \sum_{j=1}^na_j y_{j}^4 }$, where $a_i$ and $n\geq3$ are fixed arbitrary integers. We solve the equation for some values of $a_i$ and $n=3,4$, and find nontrivial solutions for each case in natural numbers. By our method, we may find infinitely many nontrivial solutions for the above Diophantine equation and show, among the other things, that how some numbers can be...
Topics: Number Theory, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1701.02605
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In this paper, the elliptic curves theory is used for solving the Diophantine equations $\sum_{i=1}^n a_ix_{i} ^6+\sum_{i=1}^m b_iy_{i} ^3= \sum_{i=1}^na_iX_{i}^6\pm\sum_{i=1}^m b_iY_{i} ^3$, where $n$, $m$ $\geq 1$ and $a_i$, $b_i$, are fixed arbitrary nonzero integers. By our method, we may find infinitely many nontrivial positive solutions and also obtain infinitely many nontrivial parametric solutions for the Diophantine equations for every arbitrary integers $n$, $m$, $a_i$ and $b_i$.
Topics: Number Theory, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1701.02604